Last call for submissions
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND SUMMER SCHOOL
ON HOMOTOPY TYPE THEORY
12-17 August 2019
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA
Submission of talks and registration are open for the International
Homotopy Type Theory conference (HoTT 2019), to be held August 12-17,
2019, at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA. Contributions
are welcome in all areas related to homotopy type theory, including
but not limited to:
* Homotopical and higher-categorical semantics of type theory
* Synthetic homotopy theory
* Applications of univalence and higher inductive types
* Cubical type theories and cubical models
* Formalization of mathematics and computer science in homotopy type
theory / univalent foundations
Please submit 1-paragraph abstracts through EasyChair here:
The submission deadline is 1 June 2019; we expect to
notify accepted submissions by 15 June. This conference is run on the
“mathematics model”: full papers will not be submitted, submissions
will not be refereed, and submission is not a publication. Please
email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
STUDENT PAPER AWARD
A prize of $500 (and distinguished billing in the conference program)
will be awarded to the best paper submitted by a student (or recently
graduated student). To be eligible, you must include in your
submission (or send separately to email@example.com) a link
to a preprint of your paper (e.g. on arXiv or a private web space).
REGISTRATION, ACCOMODATION, AND TRAVEL
Registration for the conference and the summer school is now open at
https://hott.github.io/HoTT-2019/registration/. A limited amount of
financial support is available for students and postdoctoral
researchers; application instructions are available at the web site,
as is information about accomodation and travel options.
Ulrik Buchholtz (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
Dan Licata (Wesleyan University, USA)
Andrew Pitts (University of Cambridge, UK)
Emily Riehl (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
Christian Sattler (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Karol Szumilo (University of Leeds, UK)
Submission deadline: 1 June
Notification Date: 15 June
Final abstracts due: 1 July
Early Registration deadline: 1 July (reduced fee)
Late Registration deadline: 1 August (increased fee)
Conference: 12-17 August 2019
There will be an associated Homotopy Type Theory Summer School in
the preceding week, August 7th to 10th. The instructors and topics
Cubical methods: Anders Mortberg (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Formalization in Agda: Guillaume Brunerie (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Formalization in Coq: Kristina Sojakova (Cornell University, USA)
Higher topos theory: Mathieu Anel (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Semantics of type theory: Jonas Frey (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Synthetic homotopy theory: Egbert Rijke (University of Illinois, USA)
Steve Awodey (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Andrej Bauer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Thierry Coquand (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Nicola Gambino (University of Leeds, UK)
Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Michael Shulman (University of San Diego, USA), chair
We look forward to seeing you in Pittsburgh!
Submissions are now open for a special issue of Mathematical Structures in Computer Science on the proceedings of the HoTT 2019 conference, edited by Dan Licata and Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine.
Submission deadline: 15 November, 2019
Papers on work presented at the HoTT19 conference are particularly encouraged, but the special issue is open to any work on homotopy type theory and related research areas.
Specific topics include but are not limited to: homotopical and higher-categorical semantics of type theory; synthetic homotopy theory; applications of univalence and higher inductive types; cubical type theories and cubical models; formalization of mathematics and computer science in homotopy type theory / univalent foundations; and new type theories based on higher-dimensional ideas.
To submit a paper, please follow the general MSCS submission procedure at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/mathematical-structures-in-computer-science . When giving the submission details, select “Homotopy Type Theory 2019” for the field “Special Issue”.
More information at:
Dan and Peter.
Dan Licata, Wesleyan University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine Stockholm University, Sweden, email@example.com